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Title: Present Day Deviations of Thinking of the Internship Doctors
Authors: Yekhalov, V. V.
Sedinkin, V. A.
Keywords: education
educational process
conceptual thinking
internship doctors
Issue Date: 30-Jun-2020
Publisher: International Journal of Science Annals
Citation: Yekhalov ,V. V., & Sedinkin, V. A. (2020). Present Day Deviations of Thinking of the Internship Doctors. International Journal of Science Annals, 3(1), 57–59. doi:10.26697/ijsa.2020.1.8
Series/Report no.: Volume 3;№ 1 (2020)
Abstract: Within recent years, we have conducted a series of investigations on the diagnostics of mosaic thinking since presently, the process of substitution of the fragmented (mosaic) thinking for the medical judgment is progressively going on among the individuals getting the postgraduate medical education (Yekhalov, Yehorov, Pavlysh, & Barannik, 2020). For the purpose of verbal estimate of the quality of thinking of the internship doctors, we have used a modified test of thinking and creativity, which was created by Bruner, an American psychologist. Over three years, an anonymous testing has been held in four peer groups of the 1st year internship doctors majoring in Anesthesiology, Stomatology and Neurology (exactly 100 respondents in each group). The test questionnaire was focused on the preference of the textual or pictorial information; on the character of the representation of information (i.e., as a text, as a visual imagery, or both these characters equally); on the using of the symbolic information coding; on the selection of a solution as for the representation of pictorial information; on the interrelation between the actions themselves and the discussing of such actions; on the extent and rate of the information handling; on the way-finding in a non-homogenous informational space; on the fatigue level, and so on.
Appears in Collections:Vol. 3, No.1, 2020

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